Posts Tagged: Candy Darling

The Passions of Werner Schroeter

In Der Tod der Maria Malibran, opera is rendered as if in the fever dream of a dying diva or besotted fan thereof – fragments, poses, expressions, gestures, moments, tableaux.

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The Passions of Werner Schroeter

In Der Tod der Maria Malibran, opera is rendered as if in the fever dream of a dying diva or besotted fan thereof – fragments, poses, expressions, gestures, moments, tableaux.

Review: Beautiful Darling

Born James Slattery in 1944, Candy Darling’s twinned, indivisible desires were to be a woman and to be a movie star. In James Rasin’s film she emerges not as a hollow Warholian satellite but as a figure of flesh and blood.

Review: Beautiful Darling

Born James Slattery in 1944, Candy Darling’s twinned, indivisible desires were to be a woman and to be a movie star. In James Rasin’s film she emerges not as a hollow Warholian satellite but as a figure of flesh and blood.